DIY ProjectsUpgrade Broken Chair into Garden Planter Project

Upgrade Broken Chair into Garden Planter Project

This tutorial of how to upgrade a broken chair into garden planter project is a wonderful addition to your garden in a playful manner.

Let a weak wobbly chair find a second useful purpose especially when painted in a bright bold color.

Upgrade Broken Chair into Garden Planter Project

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Well, then you surely are going to love making the upcycle succulent chair. Now when you drive by some place where you see a chair that has been placed out at the curb for the trash collection, you can rescue it and make it your treasure. The chair can become a lovely bright focal point of your garden as it becomes home to some nice new plants.

This is an easy project and is fairly reasonable to be able to complete, since the instructions and photos in the tutorial for this project provide clear and ample information to keep you on track throughout the whole project.

The chair in the photos is painted a vibrant light blue color. But the reality is that you can paint the chair you find any color that you like to suit your personality and design ideas. Note that for this project you will need a saw to cut a new piece of plywood, which will form the planter part of the chair. The piece will be attached by using a nail gun.

Are you looking for an amazing new project that will not cost a lot of money and that you and your family are able to do together when you have some spare time to do something fun? And are you looking to be able to make something that will be both beautiful and functional that will yet not require you a lot of time to do because of being so busy with work, family and so many other responsibilities?

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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